TDTV talks to Andrej Lemanis ft. Kelcey Wright

The highly fancied Canadian men’s basketball team have delivered a heavy blow to Australia’s medal hopes at the Universiade with a dominant 27-16 last quarter. Canada’s national basketball coach, Jay Triano was adamant… Continue reading

Ryan Napoleon wins gold fo Australia

Australian Olympic swimmer Ryan Napoleon has won gold in the 400m freestyle at the Summer Universiade in Kazan. The 23-year-old qualified with the fastest time and narrowly touched the wall seven hundredths of… Continue reading

Precision and passion in the Table Tennis

A soft shake of the hand marks the start of the women table tennis competition, but the game is an unexpected combination of relentless precision, aggression and passion. The group stage of the… Continue reading

Loud and Proud in Kazan

With all of the athletes, delegates, officials, judges and volunteers at the 27th Summer Universiade in Russia, there are also certified fans. During the first stage of the women’s teams table tennis competition,… Continue reading

Nicolette is en guarde

Soh Nicolette Junyi is one of the best women Epee fencers that Singapore has to offer. The 22-year-old has been representing her nation since the tender age of 16 and has just concluded… Continue reading

The University Village_TDTV

The University Village is an epicentre of fun and games for athletes from right around the world to eat, sleep and hang out when they are not representing their countries. Some 11,000 athletes… Continue reading

Australia’s Golden Smile

Australia’s Samantha Mills hasn’t been able to wipe the smile off her face since winning gold for the Uniroo’s in Kazan, Russia. The 21-year-old interior design student, who trains 27 hours per week,… Continue reading

The Russian Federation Minister of Sport in Kazan

The Russian Federation Minister of Sport is in Kazan. The Russian Federation Minister of Sport Mr Vitaly Mutko, who has been actively involved at the Universiade with medal presentations and cultural events, has… Continue reading

Opening Ceremony: Colour, Tradition and Putin

The magnitude of the opening ceremony had to be seen to believed. Only rivalled by an Olympic games opener, the colour, drama and music successfully lit up the 45,000 people in attendance. From… Continue reading

Australia take on Macau in Kazan

The Australian Volleyball team have registered their first win of the 27th Universiade in convincing fashion against Macau at the Bustan Sports Complex this afternoon. In the Aussie’s second outing for the tournament,… Continue reading